I'm trying to practice what I preach and lighten my load a bit while I spend the last day of the Christmas getaway here in Florida. (I've included the blogging view from the back porch in hopes of explaining the level of relaxation I'm feeling before heading back to the Northeast).
Although we're looking ahead to the New Year, I thought I'd take a moment to share some bloggers that have made the past year enjoyable. They are listed in no particular order and represent folks that continue to offer helpful insights and useful information. Some have become blogosphere friends through their comments and emails and for that, I am thankful.
I hope you enjoy them, too.
Valeria Maltoni at Conversation Agent. Valeria is a connector and communicator extraordinnaire. . . and her writing and networking reflect it.
If you are looking for a great take on marketing then by all means visit John Moore at Brand Autopsy.
The pursuit of happiness wouldn't be complete without The Chief Happiness Officer, Alex Kjerulf.
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Wally Bock is always adding information over at Three Star Leadership.
I'm just finishing up a book review to send off to Lisa Haneberg at Management Craft.
Own Your Brand will help you do just that. And if you want to help a good organization, join Mike Wagner in his quest to bump up the profile of the Kiwanis Club of Des Moines, Iowa, USA.
Oops. Had to break this into two parts because for some reason, the pilot won't hold the flight while I finish this post.
See you tomorrow with more of the blogs that have become favorites during 2006. . .